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Topic: The system not always sees a disk

The system not always sees a disk of Seagate 7200 RPM 3 b. Before there was slower disk, problems were not. Here  sometimes such happens. The problem that happens rarely, once a month can be. Sometimes the disk disappears in an operating time from system. At the same time also what the society for reliability 6-terabajtovyh disks tells?

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Re: The system not always sees a disk

U> that the society You in Rosstat would tell addressed. I think it is necessary to look for researches of large data-centers, but there most likely such disks are not used yet (they use server disks, besides, there is a passage on SSD).

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Hello, Arsen. Shnurkov, you wrote: U>> that society AS> You in Rosstat would tell addressed. I think it is necessary to look for researches of large data-centers, but there most likely such disks are not used yet (they use server disks, besides, there is a passage on SSD). What is the server disks?

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U> That such server disks? https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-dri … es-q1-2017 https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-dri … s-q1-2016/

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Hello, Arsen. Shnurkov, you wrote: AS> https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-dri … s-q1-2016/ Thanks

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Hello, ukraineyalta, you wrote: U> Sometimes the disk disappears in an operating time from system. Normally it is contact problems

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Hello, SergeyIT, you wrote: SIT> Hello, ukraineyalta, you wrote: U>> Sometimes the disk disappears in an operating time from system. SIT> normally it is contact problems Yes tried  all contacts, and there was an unstable behavior.

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Hello, ukraineyalta, you wrote: U> At the same time also what the society for reliability 6-terabajtovyh disks tells? Look, whether the vendor rolled out a fresh insertion for a disk.

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Hello, ukraineyalta, you wrote: U> At the same time also what the society for reliability 6-terabajtovyh disks tells? It seems to me, they should not use. And your symptoms generally are similar to problems with the power unit.

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Hello, ukraineyalta, you wrote: SIT>> Normally it is contact problems U> Yes tried  all contacts, and there was an unstable behavior. At me were oxidized or contacts on the board of a disk decayed. On YouTube there are rollers with instructions as contacts to clean accurately. Truth with my case did not help (

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U> the System not always sees a disk of Seagate 7200 RPM 3 b. Before there was slower disk, problems were not. Here  sometimes such happens. The problem that happens rarely, once a month can be. Sometimes the disk disappears in an operating time from system. Russian hackers and pro-Putin trolls.

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Re: The system not always sees a disk

Hello, ukraineyalta, you wrote: U> the System not always sees a disk of Seagate 7200 RPM 3 b. Before there was slower disk, problems were not. Here  sometimes such happens. The problem that happens rarely, once a month can be. Sometimes the disk disappears in an operating time from system. U> at the same time also what the society for reliability 6-terabajtovyh disks tells? On mother other controler is? At Intel were SATA controlers with problems. I came across: http://www.techradar.com/news/computing … ews-925242 Fortunately on mother was additional SATA the controler not from a chipset.

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Hello, Glory, you wrote: U>> At the same time also what the society for reliability 6-terabajtovyh disks tells? It seems to me, they should not use. And your symptoms generally are similar to problems with the power unit. Insufficient capacity can be is imposed on unstable Ukrainian pressure and here your result.